Or you could disguise yourself as me and use the same photo
So I guess the next step is to post a picture of that size?
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- Wed Aug 28, 2019 12:52 pm
- Forum: Problems with the Messageboard
- Topic: How to post a photo
- Replies: 89
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Hi Neil. Here is the code from my signature if it helps. Note that the reference to the picture points to a picture posted elsewhere on the board. I presume it could also point to a picture hosted on a different server, although I have not tried. Code follows: Brian [img]http://www.mmoc.org.uk/Messa...
Mixed opinions on electronic ignition. Some swear by it and others swear at it.
Depends on what you buy and your luck I suppose. But has always worked fine for me.
Thankfully not necessary to copletely remove the box. With the linkage disconnected, it is usually possible to wiggle the clutch pedal out. Worst case, support the box on a jack, remove the cross member, and then lower the box a little and push it to one side. It remains attached ot the engine, and...
You do not need to remove the entire gearbox cover to lubricate the shaft, only the smaller plate over the master cylinder. However, if there is movement of both pedals then that usually means that the shaft on the clutch pedal is worn and/or the bearing inside the brake opedal. You will need to re...
Thanks guys, all useful information. Looks like a carpets out and gearbox cover off job. I’ve had a look up on the ramps and nothing is obviously loose, so let’s hope it’s just lube. If not, then the shaft comes out for inspection and maybe replacement and new bearings. Fitting a grease nipple is a ...
I have just noticed that when I push the clutch in, the brake pedal pushes back slightly. Not much, maybe an 8th of an inch, but you can definitely feel it. Same with engine running or not. I’m guessing this is play in the bearings supporting the clutch pedal shaft on which the brake pedal pivots, a...
- Sat Jun 15, 2019 8:55 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: What did Morris get wrong originally?
- Replies: 47
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My father has mentioned the A40 Devon/Dorset many times, in connection with the use of mazac in the door handles/latches. Every time you see one, the door handles sag, no matter how tidy the car. I know Mini saloon boot locks could be forced open, even when locked. Some bar steward stole my jack an...
- Wed May 08, 2019 9:05 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: MESSAGE BOARD REPLACEMENT
- Replies: 37
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please make it easier to post photos. I have given up trying to post photos from my Mac. I cannot get past the stage where the image is too big no matter what I try. For technical reasons, such as the amount of space they take up, slowing the pages down when loading, etc, many forums have a size li...
The big problem with speed limiters could be bunching of traffic. If cars are physically limited to 60 on a 60 limit road, we can assume that most people will drive at the maximum speed the limiter allows. Of course it won’t be exactly 60 for all limiters. Due to manufacturing and calibration tolera...